There is scaffolding all around the Michigan State Capitol dome and clearly something big is going on.
The Michigan Coastal Management Program is getting more than $2.5 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Toledo has detected the first signs in Lake Erie of the dangerous toxin that resulted in a water crisis last year.
Detroit is launching a mobile app as part of an effort to improve its parking system.
A Michigan health insurance company is giving its members more incentive to shop around before their next doctor’s visit.
A hot day and a cold glass of lemonade or a margarita may seem like the perfect pairing, but dermatologist warn it could be harmful.
A judge has terminated the parental rights of a mother who killed two of her four children and putting their bodies in a deep freezer.
Two teens are being held in one of two gang rapes that occurred within hours of one another on Detroit’s west side.
If you own one of the vehicles covered by the latest federal order against Fiat Chrysler, you have a couple of options.
Fiat Chrysler could be required to lay out hundreds of millions of dollars to get potentially defective vehicles off the road.
The state says it stocked Michigan waterways with more than 20 million fish this spring.
Two months after he was found shot in his home, police still haven’t arrested anyone in the death of Martin Duram.
This year’s Meijer LPGA Classic raised $750,000 for the Meijer Simply Give program, officials say.
Lawyers who won a legal battle to strike down Michigan’s gay marriage ban are seeking nearly $2 million from the state.
The freshman representative from Kalamazoo talks about bringing about change in Lansing.